Saelig Introduces iOs-Compatible Economical Bluetooth Wireless Barcode Scanner

The CM-500W3A, a compact Bluetooth Barcode Scanner from Saelig Company, Inc., is now iOS-compatible, making it even more useful for portable data collection.  The CM-500W3A is a high performance, handheld 2.4GHz Class I Bluetooth barcode scanner, designed for everyday use. Once the Bluetooth connection has been established with a PC, an iPad, or an iPhone, barcode data can easily be entered into word processing software, spreadsheets, emails, or text messages.

CM-500W3A uses a linear CCD image sensor with a built-in 630nm red LED illumination source. CM-500W3A’s internal 32-bit microprocessor reads linear barcodes at 100 scan/sec at a distance of 2” – 10”.  Ergonomic and lightweight, CM-500W3A offers three useful functionalities - Bluetooth, Memory, and Cabled: four different Bluetooth Modes are available (Master, Slave, USB HID, iOS) to communicate between PC, mobile phone and PDA; in Memory Mode, it can store up to 500 barcode readings with time stamps for later download; in Cable Mode, with a USB cable (supplied) connected, it can be used as tethered scanner, transferring data to and from internal flash memory, as well as charging the device.

Versatile CM-500WA is compact (5” x 1.5” x 0.7”) and lightweight (2 oz) and features 2 keys (scan/clear) plus a beeper and LEDs to indicate read status. With a USB cable attached, it becomes a “plug & scan” scanner.  Without the USB cable, it functions as a memory or wireless scanner. As a Bluetooth device, it can communicate with a Windows PC or a mobile phone, with instant or delayed data entry.  CM-500W3A‘s built-in Li-polymer battery pack (3.7V, 420mAH) can be recharged via any USB port, and the unit can read up to 15,000 scans before requiring a recharge.
CM-500W3A’s performance is remarkable - even scanning fine pitch barcodes through translucent static bags.  The internal non-volatile memory can store up to 500 scans. CM-500W3A is configurable for time stamp and output data format, and can transmit data to a remote PC either in “keyboard wedge” mode as if typing on a keyboard, or in memory mode, whereby up to 500 barcode scans are stored for batch entry.  Supported barcodes include Code 39, INT 25, Industrial 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, Codabar (NW7), Code 93, Code 128,EAN 128, JAN/EAN/ UPC and fully RSS code (GS1 Databar ). 


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